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What Python books to you recommend to beginners?

boB Stepp wrote:
> You might want to look at "Python 3 -- Object Oriented Programming" by
> Dusty Phillips.  It is copyright 2010, so it won't have the latest,
> greatest Python 3 features, but the book's entire focus is teaching
> OOP in a Python 3 context.

  thanks, i'll put it on the list to seek.